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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Billy Marlowe

*25-05-1943 Oklahoma City, OK, +13-08-1996
By Lillies Ohlsson

Late 1983 NewTex Studio, 4th Street, East Village, New York City – Billy Marlowe (Billy Marlowe [vcl], Jeff Golub [gt], Kenny Kosek [violin], Stephen Gaboury [piano], Shawn Colvin [hmny voc] + Lincoln Goines, Tony Garnier, Gary Bristol, Kim Plainfield, William Galison, Michael Holleman, Nick Holmes, John McCurry, Millie Whiteside, Libby McLaren, John Scholle, Margaret Dorn, John Leventhal, Doug Hinman, John O´Hare.  Producer: Stephen Gaboury, Steve Satterwhite)
002 CRYING New Tex NT6000
004 ANGEL´S FACE New Tex NT6000
005 MAMA WAS RIGHT New Tex NT6000
006 NIJINSKY  New Tex NT6000
007 YOU GOT MY HEART New Tex NT6000
009 BORN AGAIN New Tex NT6000
010 SHOW ME THE STEPS New Tex NT6000


NewTex records NT6000 Show Me The Steps: Never Figured You For Gone; Crying; Dreams (Really Do Come True); Angel´s Face; Mama Was Right; Nijinsky; You Got My Heart; Salvation Railroad; Born Again; Show Me The Steps  - 84 (CD reissue in  2012)

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Thanks to Luiz Roberto Costa for helping me with the western genre.
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